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QB | RB | WR | TE | DL | LB | DB | Rookie Top 50 | Rookie QB | Rookie RB | Rookie WR | Rookie TE | Rookie DL | Rookie LB | Rookie DB
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1Calvin Johnson28DET1111.0Not too much analysis needed here - Megatron totalled 1,492 yards and 12 touchdowns en route to another top 5 WR finish in 2013
2Dez Bryant25DAL2322.3Dez continues to show elite talent, finishing with 93 receptions, 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2013 but needs to keep off-the-field issues in check
3A.J. Green26CIN3243.0Green dominated again in 2013 just narrowly missing 100 catches and stays solidly elite with 1300+ yards and 11 touchdowns both of the past two seasons
4Demaryius Thomas26DEN4433.7A monster 92-1,430-14 TD stat-line this year, DT is a near lock to be Top 10 as long as Peyton Manning is in town
5Brandon Marshall30MIA5565.3Target monster - All Marshall does is rack up 100 catch seasons and 2013 was the 5th such season of his 8-year career
6Julio Jones25ATL6655.7An absolute monster on the field, unfortunately a bad screw ended his 2013 campaign (elite but an injury concern)
7Alshon Jeffery24CHI7887.7Jeffery broke out in a BIG way in 2013 putting together an 89-1421-7 stat line and more than a few highlight reel catches - Will Cutler still heavily favor his BFF Brandon Marshall?
8Randall Cobb23GBP10778.0Can he be used as often as GB would like and hold up to 16 games? My bet is no, but if he can he should be at the top of league reception list
9Antonio Brown26PIT8998.7Youth and question marks are everywhere in the Pitt WR Corp. Brown is the only "sure" thing and is in for another season pushing 100 receptions
10Sammy Watkins (R)21BUF11131312.3Sammy is ready to go and EJ should make him a target hog. A top 20 starting spot for Sammy is impressive
11Cordarrelle Patterson23MIN9201013.0With Norv and a competant QB, Patterson is at the top of the list for the next truly elite WR option in the league
12Percy Harvin26SEA14101814.0How will Harvin be utilized? Can he stay healthy? The answer to these 2 questions are the difference between top 10 and top 40.
13Larry Fitzgerald30ARI12112014.3Fitz finished 2013 strong once he was fully recovered. Look for him to regain his top 10 form and an improving Floyd to make his life easier
14Jordy Nelson29GBP13161414.3Hamstring issues limited Jordy to just 12 starts in 2012 but 2013 saw him return to form to the tune of 85 catches, 1314 yards and 8 TDs even without Aaron Rodgers for a portion of the season
15Victor Cruz27NYG15141514.7Cruz 's skillset is taylor made for the west coast offense being implemented this year. He should see the highest target total of this career this year
16Mike Evans (R)20TBB17211216.7Redzone opportunities will probably determine Evans' success level in 2014. Will Lovie let loosen up the reigns enough on the offense to let this guy florish?
17Michael Crabtree26SFO20171617.7Crabtree and Kaepernick have to put it together this year. There should be no more excuses for a top 12 season. Put up or shut up time.
18Keenan Allen22SDC21151918.35Allen took defenses by surprise last year, but he won't have that luxury this year. Defenses will be focusing on him, and there could be a regression coming. Proceed with caution
19Pierre Garcon28WAS19191718.3Garcon's second season as a Redskin had him setting a franchise record with 113 catches, 1,346 yards and 5 TDs. He has a lot more competition this season for targets however.
20Michael Floyd24ARI22221118.3Floyd closed out 2013 with a 66-1054-5 stat line, he and Fitz should be more than able to co-exist if not flourish in AZ. Julio and Roddy come to mind as a comparison.
21Vincent Jackson31TBB18182119.0-3VJAX was the #12 WR in 2012 and the #16 WR in 2013 proving he's a consistent, dependable starter in the Tampa Bay offense
22Andre Johnson33HOU16123320.3This situation is getting people more nervous by the day. AJ needs to be happy he's making millions to play football and go play.
23Josh Gordon23CLE23232323.0At some point he will be worth stashing for 2015. That will be different for each owner. The fact he is still a top 20 WR with a yr suspension looming is amazing.
24Jordan Matthews (R)22PHI25282425.7Jmatt hit the jackpot in Chip Kelly's offense and they seem to realize he can be a massive slot option. High floor
25Roddy White32ATL24253227.0He's not getting any younger. Other than last year however, Roddy has been a model of consistency and healthy. A healthy Julio opposite him should put him right back in the top 15 conversation.
26Eric Decker27NYJ30242927.73Horrible landing spot. Can he truly function as the top receiving option? Should see a lot of TD opportunities. Sneaky value here.
27Torrey Smith25BAL31262728.0Smith is a solid WR2/3 but at this point don't bank on him being any more than that.
28Kendall Wright24TEN27273028.0Had a busy 94 catch sophomore season. An improving Justin Hunter may eat into his production and the QB situation is iffy at best. Look for similar but not better production.
29DeAndre Hopkins22HOU26372529.3Solid rookie season with 52 grabs for 802 yards and 2 TDs. Nuk is in line for a massive production increase. AJ's hold out only helps his cause.
30T.Y. Hilton24IND34332229.7Posted an impressive 82-1083-5 season in 2013. Will have more competition for targets with Nicks, a healthy Dwayne Allen, Fleener, T-rich, and Wayne all back. Could help or hurt.
31DeSean Jackson27WAS32293130.7New HC Chip Kelly's offense revives Jackson's partly derailed career to the tune of 82 catches, 1332 yards and 9 touchdowns in 2013
32Odell Beckham Jr (R)21NYG29303631.7Odell will need to pick up the west coast route tree as quick as possible, but he's a great route runner and a beast all over
33Kelvin Benjamin (R)23CAR28343432.0Kelvin is "wowing" already. He has a lot to learn, but just being Cam's bailout policy should result in happy owners
34Mike Wallace28MIA40312833.0There is typically a tough transition year 1 for WRs going to a new team in FA. Look for Wallace to be another sneaky value grab here. He should improve this year.
35Brandin Cooks (R)20NOS43322633.7The speedster found an ideal home. Cooks looks to fill the "Lance Moore" role and can hopefully expand on it.
36Wes Welker33DEN33364538.0Welker missed the final 3 games of 2013 after suffering a concussion but still managed 10 touchdowns and fit like a glove high-flying Denver offense - at 32 years old age is beginning to be a factor
37Davante Adams (R)21GBP35424139.3May take a year for the crowd to thin on the depth chart but it's doubtful one of Jordy or Cobb won't be back next year
38Justin Hunter23TEN38453840.34Hunter has added 15lbs and has improved. His stats should as well this year but don't be surprised if he is a 3 year project before he truly realizes his potential.
39Terrance Williams24DAL49393741.7In a prime position to produce opposite Dez in Dallas. Low floor. How good can he be?
40Jeremy Maclin26PHI46414042.34Maclin is still shaking the rust off. The only question is can he stay on the field. If he can, his owners will be happy.
41Marqise Lee (R)22JAX39434642.76Lee will be fighting Cecil Shorts for the target monster in that offense. He has a lot to correct and could take a little while
42Julian Edelman28NEP42513542.7As long as Edleman is in NE, he's a WR5 mascarding as a high upside WR2. Just don't be caught with him when he's not a Patriot anymore.
43Allen Robinson (R)20JAX37494343.0Until Blackmon gets back (if he does) Allen is the only true prototypical WR1 option in JAX. His upside is huge.
44Tavon Austin23STL41404943.3Reports on Austin are outstanding. He is playing "fast" and has the playbook down. Bradford's specialty is getting the ball to players on time with run to work. Breakout candidate.
45Hakeem Nicks26IND45355444.7-7Nicks has not yet played a full season but his value still looks solid now that he'll be catching passes from Andrew Luck, just hope he can stay on the field
46Dwayne Bowe29KCC48385346.3Tough to get excited about anyone reliant on Alex Smith. Wouldn't want him as anything more than a WR4/5
47Rueben Randle23NYG50524248.0Randle is wowing in camp. The west coast offense has defined routes with less "thinking" involved. It may be a knock on Randle but he seems to be thriving in this system so far
48Cecil Shorts26JAX44534848.3Dependant on not being the primary receivng threat. As a complimentry WR, Shorts can be a solid WR3
49Emmanuel Sanders27DEN47593948.35Sanders is a solid enough possession receiver and signing with Denver definitely helps his value
50Markus Wheaton23PIT52484749.0Hand injuries held Wheaton to 6 catches in 2013 as a rookie but he should get a shot in 2014
51Justin Blackmon24JAX36625049.3-27Similar to Gordon in both talent and risk. Blackmon should see the field by mid-season at the latest and if he does get it together becomes WR1 (top 10) infusion into your lineup.
52Golden Tate26DET55465150.7Tate has improved every year and should continue to do so now that he'll be catching passes from Stafford opposite the great Megatron
53Greg Jennings30MIN54446052.7-3Another WR who had a tough transition in yr 1 with his new team. Jennings came on late and Norv should have fun utilizing the multi-threat WR.
54Marques Colston31NOS56505252.7Remarkably consistent, Colston averages 1,041 yards per season in eight years - knee issues remain a concern but New Orleans re-signed Colston is under contract through 2016 and should remain a decent duo with Drew Brees
55Aaron Dobson23NEP58476255.7Dobson draws poor-man Randy Moss comparisons with his size and Marshall background, is now likely locked in as the WR2 in New England
56Cody Latimer (R)21DEN51605655.7Beastly potential but will it be realized before Manning signs his retirement papers?
57Donte Moncrief (R)20IND53585756.0Buried on the depth chart but behind guys who all have question marks. Plenty of time to build chemistry with Luck.
58Kenny Britt25STL60654456.3Has been on his best behavior for awhile now. He's reunited with Fisher and only needs to hold off slowly developing Brian Quick. Britt is in line for yet another opportunity to wow.. or disappoint.
59Marvin Jones24CIN64575558.711Marvin flashed with a few big games in '13 and had a decent season. Hue Jackson is in town along with his run-first style offense which could cap Marvin's growth. He is a solid WR4-5 in dynasty with room to grow.
60Kenny Stills22NOS61615960.3Looks like Stills could be lost in the Devery Henderson role as the occassional "wow" guy that has a 4-140-2 game and then disappears for 3 games.
61Danny Amendola28NEP62556661.0Various injuries each of his last 3 seasons means his injury risk high, but Amendola has been a PPR asset when on the field
62Robert Woods22BUF66546862.7Woods joins E.J. Manuel on the new-look Bills' passing game and looked pretty good as a rookie despite inconsistent QB play and personnel
63Riley Cooper26PHI68636164.0Cooper came on strong in the Chip Kelley offense after Maclin went down for the year in 2013 but he is an UFA heading into 2014
64Steve Johnson28SFO57697065.3-3Johnson may be the very definition of a low-end WR2, solid and unspectacular - he managed just 597 yards in an injury shortened 12 game season
65Anquan Boldin33SFO63755865.3Boldin played very well in 2013 but Crabtree's return and now that he'll turn 34 age is becoming a big factor in his value
66James Jones30OAK71567166.0Oakland isn't a fantastic landing spot but he should go from the #3 option in GB to a top option on his new team
67Reggie Wayne35IND67686366.0Wayne lost the rest of his 2013 season due to injury after being placed on IR and may have seen his last snap as a Colt
68Martavis Bryant (R)22PIT59717568.3-5Will draw Plaxico comparisons in Pitt. Needs to bulk up quite a bit. Got a little Justin Hunter too him.
69Mike Williams27BUF65648370.7-5Tampa Mike... now Buffalo Mike or MUFF Williams, is once again in position to be a primary redzone threat. There are a lot of questions about his desire and heart. Proceed with caution.
70Steve Smith35BAL73706970.7What does he have left. Can he and Torrey Smith function on the same field and both produce
71Da'Rick Rogers24IND82666571.0Rodgers had arguably 1st round talent but went undrafted after a college suspension and transfer but he showed flashes when Indy promoted him to the 53 man roster, he's one to watch
72Andre Holmes26OAK75727273.0Holmes is a big man at 6'4" 210 and boasts a 4.45 forty time which is an impressive combination; a high upside dynasty prospect with lots of room to develop
73Andrew Hawkins28CIN79776473.310Hawkins played in just 8 games in 2013 and doesn't get enough snaps with the Bengals to make his talents known (Hawkins was a runner-up on Michael Irvin's television program, 4th and Long)
74Brian Hartline27MIA70678674.3Hartline has some competition now in MIA with Jarvis Landry and Matt Hazel. How long can he overproduce?
75Denarius Moore25OAK69738475.3He has exceptional speed (4.43) and averages over 16 yards per catch but there are too many questions to feel too good about any WRs in Oakland
76Jeremy Gallon (R)24NEP72837877.7Speedster from MICH becomes and electric option for BB & Brady to work their magic with
77Miles Austin30CLE86826778.3Still a talented WR but he's been consistently nicked-up and has lost his starting role and potentially his roster spot with the Cowboys
78Stephen Hill23NYJ88787379.76Stephen Hill has very nice measurables but in an underwhelming Jets offense has managed to average just 22 grabs, 297 yards and 2 TDs through 2 seasons
79Doug Baldwin25SEA74769180.3Baldwin had nearly 800 yards with 5 TDs last year and upped his play in the playoffs for the champion Seahawks
80Chris Givens24STL81817980.3-3It looked like Givens was primed for a breakout in his sophomore season but disappointed to the tune of 34-569-0, an injured Sam Bradford didn't help
81Brandon Coleman (R)22NOS85808081.7Colsten is withering away, and Coleman could be his replacement.
82Jared Abberderis (R)23GBP77749782.7-7The Wisc alum didn't have to travel far. Crisp routes and physical play should win him some playing time in a crowded receiver corps
83Jarvis Landry (R)21MIA93877785.7Stock took a plung before the draft but landed in a good spot. Could become a possession guy for Tanney
84Nate Washington30TEN83958186.3-3Washington had a decent season in 2013 posting a 58-919-3 line but is aging and will likely need to take a pay cut to stay with the Titans
85Brian Quick25STL97887486.34Quick has a lot of potential yet remains raw though he has a huge frame at 6Õ4Ó and 220 pounds
86Jarrett Boykin24GBP788510087.7Boykin went undrafted due to a slow forty time but he has great size and played very well when called upon in 2013
87Andre Roberts26WAS84998288.3Roberts joins the Washington Redskins in 2014 and should get a shot at significant playing time on a WR needy team
88Kenbrell Thompkins26NEP90908889.3Thompkins outplayed everyone through training camp and preseason but lost his role as an every down player - still has potential should he continue to develop
89Marquess Wilson21CHI961017691.028
90Jermaine Kearse24SEA91929291.7-4Kearse provides a solid deep threat option and is somewhat buried on the Seahawks depth chart
91Vincent Brown25SDC761089593.0Brown lost his starting job to Eddie Royal in 2013 and disappointed many a dynasty owner in his first fully healthy NFL season
92Rod Streater26OAK957911094.7The undrafted Streater has managed 1,472 yards and 99 catches over the past two seasons
93Stedman Bailey23STL808995.0-3Bailey closed out 2013 with 15 receptions over the last 5 games and had a nice TD run
94Marlon Brown `23BAL1018410195.3Brown proved to be a great complement to Torrey Smith in 2013
95Mohamed Sanu24CIN919395.3Sanu has large hands and is very tough to bring down in the open field however he lacks an explosive element to his game and Marvin Jones looks like the starter opposite A.J. Green
96Ace Sanders22JAX871079696.7-5An elite punt returner, Sanders got quite a bit of work at WR as the 2013 season wore on
97Josh Boyce24NEP948797.0Savvy route-runner with strong hands, Boyce joined a long list of new faces in the Patriots' receiver corps in 2013
98Harry Douglas29ATL929710497.7Had a breakout 1,000 yard season with Julio Jones out for the year but he should return to a slot role next season and his previous career high was 498 yards
99Jerricho Cotchery32CAR1009498.7The Panthers are in desperate need of productive WRs and Cotchery has shown he can put up numbers when called upon to do so
100Darrius Heyward-Bey27PIT8599.03Even Andrew Luck and the Colts couldn't make DHB look like a real NFL WR
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